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Welcome to the new guy! And more morning news

The Daily News has some background on that new guy with the bleached-blond hair who started in the midfield and assisted Le Toux in the game winning goal, Eduardo Coudet. He’s 35, he’s from Argentina, and you can expect the announcement of his signing any second.

More on Coudet, who won three titles with River Plate, from the Union website. Says Coach Nowak, “He has been (training) with us for a while and tonight we just wanted to give him some minutes, but we’ve know of his abilities for a while. We are looking for someone to come in here and be a leader and he fits that mold.” Coudet, the article says, “has scored more than 50 career goals in over 400 appearances for 12 different clubs over a span of 17 seasons.”

MLSsoccer.com looks at back-up keepers Brad Knighton and new fan favorite Brian Perk who combined against Celtic to earn the Union’s first shut-out at PPL Park (and this season.) Said Perk, “It was awesome, I had a blast.” So did we, Brian, so did we.

Want to relive Wednesday night’s victory over Celtic? Read this play-by-play in the Scottish newspaper The Sun and this report in the Daily Record. Don’t forget to read the comments for an illuminating exercise in Scottish slang.

Here’s more on the Union win at the Inquirer.

Match Fit USA weighs in on the snubbing of Le Toux for the MLS All Star starting eleven.

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Following Henry’s signing with the New York Red Bulls, the Guardian has a poll that asks if the MLS is a retirement home for has beens. The comments on the poll are worth reading. Big Soccer has it’s own comment thread on the poll.

Landon Donovan says he won’t be a father after all.

The transfer window opens today. Perhaps the biggest news is that Paul the Octopus may be headed for Madrid.

Bob Bradley is still in the running for the Fulham job. Potential rival Sven Goran Eriksson says he may stay on as coach of the Ivory Coast and the agent for another candidate, former Sienna manager Alberto Malesani, says of his client’s chances, “There is a problem though related to Bob Bradley. It depends on that. It’s head to head at the moment.”

Photo courtesy of the Philadelphia Union

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